Last week we heard that sales of the iPad 3G, the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 4 had been suspended in Germany, this was after an injunction which had previously been granted to M0torola came into force on Friday.
It would appear that the ban did not last long, as later on Friday Apple were granted a suspension of the Motorola Injunction and sales of Apple’s devices resumed.
Apple appealed the ruling, claiming that Motorola refused to license the patent to Apple on reasonable terms, Motorola declared the patent an industry standard one seven years ago, which means they have to license the technology on reasonable terms to other companies.
Motorola were also granted another injunction against Apple relating to their iCloud service in Germany, although Motorola has to place a $100 million bond in order for that injunction to be enforced.
Source SlashgearFiled Under: Apple, Technology News, Top News